Category: Egyptology

  • Bitcoin Could Be About To Surge To $100,000 After Stock-To-Flow Update Revealed

    Bitcoin Could Be About To Surge To $100,000 After Stock-To-Flow Update Revealed

    Bitcoin has been struggling to break over the $10,000 per bitcoin level since its highly-anticipated supply squeeze—but that could be about to change. The bitcoin price, up around 30% since the beginning of the year and on track to be one of the year’s best performing assets, has swung wildly over the last few months. Now, one of the most closely-watched […]

  • Egypt sarcophagus: Mystery black tomb opened in Alexandria

    Three weeks ago, archaeologists in Egypt found a massive black granite sarcophagus in Alexandria, untouched for 2,000 years – and fleet-footed rumour quickly got to work. Could it contain the remains of ancient Greek leader Alexander the Great, or (less appealingly) a deadly curse? According to experts who have now unsealed it, it’s a no […]

  • King Tut’s Virtual Autopsy Revealed Some Surprising Facts About The Egyptian Leader

    Like 19th century European ruling families, incest was extremely common among the royalty of Egypt. Researchers at the Institute forMummies and Icemen tested Tut’s mitochondrial DNA, determining that his mom was the sister of the previous pharaoh, Tutankhamun’s father. Yes, his mother was his father’s sister. Just after ascending the throne, Tut married his half-sister, Ankhesenamun. They shared the same dad. Her mother was likely the famous queen […]

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